Addo Elephant National Park
The historic Addo Elephant National Park is renowned for its unique biodiversity over river, land and sea.
Addo Elephant National Park is not only an exceptional place to experience the natural beauty of South Africa’s mountains, rivers and sea, but a truly triumphant conservation story. Started in 1931 as a sanctuary for the last 11 elephants in the area, Addo is now home to more than 600 elephants.
It also has the exclusive claim of protecting the Big Seven, which are the Big Five as well as the Southern Right Whale and the Great White Shark. This unique place, with its history of dedication to conservation, offers guests the now very rare opportunity to see awe-inspiring herds of elephant on the move.
Game drives, horse riding, hiking, 4x4 adventures, birdwatching and more.
To arrive or leave without the 52-page full-colour brochure for a complete overview of Addo Elephant National Park.